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Senate Homeland Security panel puts off vote on SAFETY Act revisions

June 14, 2018 |
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The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee has postponed indefinitely voting on adding cybersecurity considerations to the anti-terrorism SAFETY Act, in order to provide time for “details to work out,” according to committee members.

“We’re still trying to work through different issues, there are concerns about how broad that is and what the language is,” Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI) told Inside Cybersecurity after the measure failed to be brought up at a markup on Wednesday. Johnson said he “needs...

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